Easy Plate SA For Staphylococcus aureus
Colonies of Staphylococcus aureus exhibit a clear blue color by using a chromogenic substrate.
1. Easily distinguishable brightly colored colonies at 24 hours
- Identification is easier compared to agar count media, since the color change makes it unnecessary to confirm the egg-yolk reaction.
- The incubation time is decreased by half to 24 hours, improving the time to report results.
- Only one sheet is required when using Easy Plate, while the surface plating method requires three or more plates.
2. High specificity
- Some S. aureus that exhibit negative egg yolk reactions on conventional agar media can be detected on Easy Plate.
- Many bacteria other than S. aureus are Inhibited by the selective media. Non-Staph aureus colonies that do develop, are easy to identify due to their pink to red-violet coloring.
3. High correlation with the plate count agar
High correlation with the plate count agar in various foods.※１
※1 According to the research by DNP
4.AOAC PTM certified
AOAC PTM Certification Acquired.※２（License No.111703）
S. aureus colonies that develop will exhibit a blue coloring making them easy to identify and count. The SA Easy Plate media is inhibitory for other bacteria but, if they develop, they should exhibit a pink to red-violet coloring making discrimination easy.
|Pasteurized milk + S. aureus||Cream puff + S. aureus||Cooked ham + S. aureus||Egg sandwich + S. aureus|
|Product Code/Name||61983 Easy Plate SA|
|Object microorganism||Staphylococcus aureus|
|Incubation Times||24 ± 1 hours|
|Incubation Temperature||35 or 37 ± 1℃|
|Storage Condition (Unopened)||2 - 8℃|
|(After opening)||After opening the package, fold the open end of the package at least 2 times and tape it. Store in a refrigerator (2 to 8°C) and use within 3 months.|
|Shelf life||12 months after manufacturing date|
|Certification/Regulation||AOAC RI PTM Certification Acquired. ※2|
※2 It is listed as Medi・Ca